The Santander University signs their commitment to share the ALIUP’s Chair of PeaceGlobal Embassy of Activists for Peace

The Santander University signs their commitment to share the ALIUP’s Chair of Peace

It is the fourth Panamanian university institution that takes part in the International Alliance

The Santander University and the Global Embassy of Activists for Peace (GEAP), on Thursday, June 2nd, signed an agreement supporting the International Alliance of Universities for Peace (ALIUP), becoming the fourth Panamanian institution to join the Alliance.

The head table counted with the presence of two representatives from Santander University, and the Global Embassy of Activists for Peace (GEAP), Dr. Yasmina Yunsan, rector; and Dr. Ligia Solano Vice Academic Chancellor in Panama. Representing the GEAP was Ariel Cerrud, National Coordinator. Also, students from the Health Facility were present.

The Santander University develops different pre-technician diplomas, degrees, post graduate, and master’s degrees in diverse areas of health and Environment Management. The university unites their efforts with the Alliance to work in favor of a culture of peace through quality education oriented towards ethnic morals and values. Dr. Yasmina Yunsan shared the satisfaction the University has of belonging to the ALIUP, taking into account the principles and objectives of the Alliance, which are directed towards the vision that institutions have for their students and future graduates.

Mr. Cerrud exposed the principles and objectives that the Alliance has developed throughout Latin America, the different international seminars on education where, through reflection and analyses, experiences have been shared and proposals for plans and projects have been elaborated to enrich higher education.  

This simple act concluded with the signature of the representatives from both institutions, confirming the cooperation between the University and the ALIUP in the promotion of a culture of peace in society. As well as the participation of the university in the projects that the Global Embassy of Activists for Peace will carry out.